[ UK /ɐklˌa‍ɪmɐta‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. adaptation to a new climate (a new temperature or altitude or environment)
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How To Use acclimatisation In A Sentence

  • acclimatisation" before drinking either whisky or vodka the following night. BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition
  • Consequently, very little was offered in the way of language courses or cultural acclimatisation by the German government. Letters: The secrets of Germany's success
  • While the behavior of a fearful dog can often be significantly ameliorated by careful training and acclimatization, on other occasions – and sometimes, despite your best efforts – a dog will remain fearful to the end of his days. Matthew Yglesias » The Howard Gambit
  • However, the lavatory issue had already raised its ugly head when an acclimatisation trip to South America culminated in the infamous Bogotá bidet incident in which England's captain, Bobby Moore, was accused of leaving something unseemly in the "footbath" at the Hotel Tequendama. All cisterns must be go for England's team at Euro 2012 | Harry Pearson
  • One of the most subtle is that which in human geography is called acclimatization, "accommodation to new climatic conditions. Introduction to the Science of Sociology
  • For some, but not all, of these thermally sensitive traits acclimatization leads to adaptive shifts in thermal optima and limits.
  • Also, another group of chicks will be brought over from Russia next year to go through the same nurture and acclimatisation routine that the current influx is undergoing.
  • You should aim to spend a minimum of four days (and preferably over a week) at over 3,000m to give yourself the best possible acclimatisation. Four Trek | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • I rested in bed till dinner and kept myself hydrated which is very important in aiding acclimatization, which is what i have been doing all trek. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at
  • Keith is resting as I write this as it's late in the evening in Nepal but he should have reached Gorak Shep today, a frozen lake bed covered with sand that sits at 5,164m or approximately 17,000 vertical feet and is the final acclimatization stop before he reaches Everest base camp on Monday. NASA Watch: April 2009 Archives
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